The Perfect Father’s Day – from Sun up to Sun down
Many people don’t know the history behind the holidays they celebrate, and Father’s Day isno exception. The first Father’s Day was celebrated in 1908 in Fairmont, West Virginia, butit wasn’t officially recognized until President Richard Nixon declared it a national holiday in1972. Whether you know the history of the holiday or not, you can make this the perfectFather’s Day – from sun up to sun down.
Why Do We Celebrate Fathers?
Fathers work hard to provide for their families. It’s only fitting that we should honor them for their efforts. That’s why Father’s Day was established all those years ago. Of course, you’llwant to help the children honor their father, but there are some things that only a mom cando to make the day perfect.Father’s day is still a little bit away, so begin early to plan and prepare for the big day. Youcan get everyone in the family involved in the day, including Dad! Who would be better tolet you know what would make Father’s Day perfect for him? Take his suggestions intoconsideration, but make some plans that he knows nothing about to surprise him and makehim wonder what’s next all day long.Ask Dad, “What would make the day perfect for you?” That answer is going to be differentfor each man and each family. Those things need to be taken into account when makingyour plans.